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  1. I downloaded CCleaner from Piriform's website and it installed Chrome without even asking me. That made me furious. I did not want this extra software and will never use it. PIRIFORM IF YOU ARE READING THIS, PLEASE REFRAIN FROM ADDING IN SOFTWARE WITHOUT ASKING THE CUSTOMER IF THEY WANT IT!
  2. I went to update CCleaner to the latest version, which is v5.41 at the time of writing this and it did not work. No matter what I unchecked or checked. I do not have Firefox installed, but I do have Chrome. I even went as far as to uninstall the old version first and install this new version in a clean manner. Even leaving the default item list the way it is and just hitting "Run CCleaner", it would still give me "the application CCleaner has quit unexpectedly". I am on Windows 7 and I do not have the extended .INI from the forums installed. Now I remedied the situation by trying a bunch of different versions. I found that v5.39.6399 works without crashing.
  3. CCleaner is logging me out of all the websites in Firefox (v57.0.2) even though I have it setup not to. These are the only options that I have checked.
  4. Logged out of all websites

    Ok I got time to post. I removed the winapp2.ini and had ONLY Internet Cache, Download History, Compact Databases CHECKED. I opened Firefox and I was still signed into websites. It sounds to me like this is a winapp2.ini issue. How can we resolve this?
  5. I've been messing with the settings and I can't figure out what to keep unchecked so that CCleaner doesn't log me out of all the website that I am logged into. Here's my current setup:
  6. Winapp2.ini additions

    Is there a Winapp2.ini for the Mac version?
  7. OldChromeRemover

    Could we somehow do what this handy program does with CCleaner? http://shanegowland.com/software/2012/oldchromeremover-module/ It removes old Chrome versions stored on your hard drive. Lifehacker has an article about it. http://lifehacker.com/5874876/oldchromeremover-frees-up-disk-space-used-by-old-versions-of-chrome
  8. Jumplist Bug

    It's that program, just an updated one: http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1033601-gmail-notifier-plus-30-beta-1/ but beta2.
  9. Jumplist Bug

    I wouldn't even know. Maybe someone could look into this?
  10. Jumplist Bug

    I have ccleaner run at a set time every night, and every morning my jumplist for gmail notifier is gone. I have to close and re-open the app to get it back. And I have the "Taskbar Jump Lists" unchecked.
  11. Winapp2.ini additions

    That is odd. I also wonder why, they wouldn't. I put in a request on the uTorrent forums: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=91974
  12. Winapp2.ini additions

    I see that uTorrent is added. Is there a way to clean old .torrent files in the "..\AppData\Roaming\uTorrent" as well? I don't know if there is a way to check if uTorrent is using or not, that's the only issue.
  13. More Motherboard Details?

    Is it possible for Speccy to detect more details about your motherboard? The details for it are pretty vague. Speccy: Specs:
  14. I usually use GetDataBack to recover files and I tried this and was great. I recovered everything I wanted into a folder. But I have a question: Notice how these files are in a folder called "Tempura" and that said folder has subfolders. When I backup these files, it throws it all in one folder. I think Recuva should create the original folder with subfolders that the files were originally in. Yet still under the one folder you choose to back them up on. BACKUP (Place chosen by recuva) ^ Tempura (Should be created) ^ Shell , Fonts ^ NormalColor
  15. Drive instance.

    I just downloaded Recuva for the first time and let me tell you, it's great. I scanned my I: drive and recovered what I needed. But I noticed that when it was in the process of recovering, the drive changed to C: (in the dropdown at the top). Is that supposed to do that?